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Down From Ten

4.11 of 5 stars 4.11  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Down From Ten is a brilliant, sometimes creepy take on a bohemian cozy with surreal underpinnings and an irrepressibly touching ending.
–Gail Carriger, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Parasol Protectorate series

In early January, a group of friends gather for an annual retreat: eight artists, scientists, and authors cloistered together in a mountain mansion for ten
Kindle Edition, 364 pages
Published 2012 by AWP Fiction (first published November 30th 2011)
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A.F. Grappin
What. A. Ride! I couldn’t get enough of Down from Ten. I listened to the fullcast audio version of it. Each episode left me wanting to listen to the next one, and it was almost depressing when I had to turn off the iPod for the day. I had no trouble sorting out the characters, and not just because they all had different voices. Their speech patterns, their personalities, and their actions were so clearly them that it simply couldn’t be someone else doing or saying what they did. I was on edge ri ...more
Ryan Kountz
An odd and very intriguing story. I never knew which direction it was going to go. I listened to it every chance I got. I hope there will be a book two. This is defiantly an explicit story and not for the kiddos or easily offended.
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